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Dr. Rouzbeh K. Kordestani

Dr. Rouzbeh K. Kordestani

Show Phone Number3501 Soncy Road, Suite 137, Amarillo, TX, 79119US
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Popular Treatments

Breast Augmentation
Lipocontouring
Rhinoplasty
Abdominoplasty
Eyelid surgery
Breast Reduction
Fat grafting
Rhytidectomy or Face lift
Breast Lift Mastopexy
Otoplasty
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About Dr. Rouzbeh K. Kordestani

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Beauty Salon Treatments

Medical Aesthetics

Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery

 
Body Lift
 
Breast Augmentation
There are several types of implants to consider. First in regards to types of implant construction, there are silicone and saline implants. Silicone implants were routinely done in the past. However, back in 1992 the Food and Drug Administration chose to ban silicone implants from being routinely implanted into human beings after there were concerns voiced about silicone implants causing immunological diseases. After the moratorium was established, the FDA started and concluded multiple studies retrospectively looking at patients with silicone implants. They found no increased incidence of cancer, immunological disease or reactive conditions. Silicone implants then went through several generations of development. The most recent is the “gummy bear” implant. It is called this because it feels like gelatin. More importantly from the surgical standpoint is that it is very safe. The construction of the bag is far superior to earlier implants. Also when the implant is cut with a knife, its contents do not ooze out. They stay in place. This ensures that if there was a cut that the silicone does not disperse throughout the breast space. This is a wonderful new innovation.
 
Breast Lift Mastopexy
 
Breast Reduction
 
Forehead Lift
 
Eyelid surgery
Blepharoplasty
 
Blepharoplasty
 
Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty
 
Rhytidectomy or Face lift
The exact procedure involves first understanding the face in three parts. The face is broken down into the upper face, the midface and the lower face or neck. In this way each one of these can be addressed to make someone look younger. The surgery can be and should be tailored to the patient. Some patients really have a sagging neck, while others do not. In this way, the same operation does not necessarily fit for each patient. This being said, a full facelift involves operating on all three of these areas. First, the forehead is addressed by lifting the forehead and removing 1 to 2 centimeters of skin. This again all depends on how the patient looks and what their needs are. The incision is usually placed immediately at the hairline. Another way of addressing this is to use camera and try to free up the skin of the forehead and tack it up 1 to 2 centimeters higher. However, this should only be done with patients with a low hairline. Otherwise, their hairline is unacceptably retracted
 
Fat grafting
 
Lipocontouring
 
Neck Lift
 
Otoplasty
 
Rhinoplasty
A rhinoplasty then involves first defining the problem of the patient and what exactly is giving them their difficulty. The next step is to correct for this problem. Along the way as we correct the functional problem, the effort will also be to give the patient the best cosmetic looking nose possible. Rhinoplasty is one of the more complicated procedures possible. The nose is broken down to many segments: the tip, the lateral segments, the dorsum or the bridge and then internal structures like the septum and its cartilage. Each and every one of these needs to be considered in assessing the problem of the patient and each and every one needs to be tailored in the reparative operation. Only in this way will the patient be given the best result.
 
Thigh Lift
 
Abdominoplasty
An abdominoplasty is a procedure that is considered by many women several years after the birth of their children, when their body weights have returned to normal and they find that they have a “pooch” or a saggy area around their mid abdomen. This also is a consideration by many men and women who have now regularly gone to the gym and find that they are successful with their weight loss and find that they| are now left with a lot of loose skin. The last group are the women who fortunately have been successful with their weight loss but find that they are now left with a great deal of stretch marks that simply will not fade away. For all of these groups, an abdominoplasty procedure is a possibility.

Medical Aesthetics

 
Dermal Fillers
 
Radiesse™ / Radiance™ Filler
 
Medical Aesthetics Specialist Consultation
 
Treatment for Wrinkles

Beauty Salon Treatments

 
Beauty Salon Enquiry
 
Fraxel Laser Treatment
 
GentleLASE Treatment
 
Obagi™ Skin Care
 
Chemical Peel
 
Laser Hair Removal
 
Waxing

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Dr Rouzbeh Kordestan

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Biography:
Education 1994 M.D. Degree Tulane University, School of Medicine 1992 M.P.H. Degree Tulane University, School of Public Health 1988 B.A. in Genetics University of California, at Berkeley 1984 Bellarmine College Preparatory (San Jose, California) Professional Training 7/2002 – 6/2004 Plastic Surgery Resident Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery, under the guidance of Drs. Norman Levine and Jayash Panchal, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK 7/1999 – 6/2002 Residency: Resident III-V, in General Surgery, University of California at San Francisco-East Bay, under the guidance of Dr. Claude Organ, Oakland, CA 7/1997 – 6/1998 Residency: Resident III, in General Surgery University of Texas, Houston, TX 7/1996 – 6/1997 Residency: Resident II, in General Surgery Harbor-UCLA, Torrance, CA 6/1995 – 6/1996 Internship: Intern in General Surgery, University of California, Los Angeles, under the guidance of Dr. Carmak Holmes, Los Angeles, CA Research Experience 1998 – 1999 Research fellow, Laboratory for Regenerative Bioengineering and Tissue Repair, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA 1994 – 1995 Cerebrovascular Research Fellow, Division of Neurosurgery, Department of Surgery, UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA Fall 1993 Research Intern, Department of Pharmacology, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden 1991 – 1994 Research Assistant, Departments of Surgery and Pharmacology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

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Show Phone Number3501 Soncy Road, Suite 137, Amarillo, TX, 79119US